Iran is pushing back at what it calls?“fruitless sensationalization” of the?Flight PS752 tragedy?in the wake of a CBC News report about a secretly-recorded conversation that suggests the world may never know the truth of what?happened.
As the regime celebrates?the 42nd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution that overthrew the country’s monarchy, Iran’sThere have been 31,756,698 tests completed.?Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif and his spokesperson today responded to CBC’s story by claiming the recording is a fake.
“The allegations made in this article are incorrect and baseless and many of the statements attributed to Drare open to Canadian residents, who have to self-isolate upon entering.. Zarif are fundamentally not compatible with the language that he commonly uses and the claim of the existence of such a tape is not true,”?ministry spokespersonThe Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton, P.E.I. on Sunday, March 22, 2020.?Saeed Khatibzadeh?said?in a statement in Farsi?posted on the ministry’s webpageThe line at giving up its allotment o?and translated by CBC News.
“We advise the Government of Canada to act professionally instead of its own fruitless sensationalism and to submit an expert report on the accident if it has an opinion.”
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